It has been ages since I had a chance to write for any online/blog writing challenges, I am looking forward to trying to manage my 100 words this week for FF – Friday Fictioneers.
Join in and check out the challenge at Rochelle’s blog. Click the icon don’t forget to read the RULES.
Copyright –Jennifer Pendergast
They leant the bikes against the wall where the others were.
“It’s the perfect place to film.”
“We’ll struggle getting the equipment up, there’s no room for the van.”
“We don’t need it, we’d cycle again.” Adele sighed.
Stephen always picked holes in her ideas, no matter how good they were.
“I’ll phone them.” she said, finding the perfect excuse to turn away.
Stephen made a quick sketch.
“They won’t do it. They say it’s haunted.”
The pair got back on their bikes, Stephen glanced up and saw the windows were open. He knew he’d drawn them shut.
I discovered rochellewisofffields blog yesterday and wrote my 100 word story this morning, then I realised the new challenge had been posted, I wanted to post this anyway even though I missed the deadline!
Elise wanted to leave her husband something special, show him what their love meant. What could she say to a man who had walked his whole life beside her? What would possibly fill the void where her love once lay?
With shaky hands she took the card and wrote, ‘You were always there, part of me, I am with you still, now and forever.’
She carefully wrapped up the garden sculpture she had created to make Philip smile, tucked the card into the ribbon and lay down on their bed. Waiting for him to come and hold her.